Breidi's Italian-Seasoned Roast Beef

Breidi's Italian-Seasoned Roast Beef created by Nif_H

This divine recipe was given to us from our friends Brian and Heidi (Breidi). Easy to make and mouthwatering to boot! A crowd-pleaser that goes great with mashed potatoes or rice. Sirloin tip roast is preferred but you can use whatever kind of roast you like.

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4hrs 10mins
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  • In an oven safe pot on the stove top, brown the roast in some olive oil.
  • After the meat is nicely browned, add enough water to barely cover the bottom of the pot.
  • Cover and place in a 325 degree oven for about 2 and a half hours. While roasting, mix together remaining ingredients and set aside.
  • Remove pot from oven and add reserved mixture, you may need to remove some juices to make room. I prefer to use a smaller pot and try to cover the meat completely.
  • Cover the pot and place it back in the oven for approximately one hour. When a fork twists easily in the meat it is done.
  • Enjoy!
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"This divine recipe was given to us from our friends Brian and Heidi (Breidi). Easy to make and mouthwatering to boot! A crowd-pleaser that goes great with mashed potatoes or rice. Sirloin tip roast is preferred but you can use whatever kind of roast you like."

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  1. Nif_H
    Breidi's Italian-Seasoned Roast Beef Created by Nif_H
  2. Nif_H
    How can I add more stars? If there is a way, I'd be adding more onto this review! This was delicious! I didn't cook it as long as stated because I like my beef rare. I added a couple of tablespoons of flour and thickened up the sauce for a really good Italian gravy. My husband is still commenting on dinner! I will be making this again FOR SURE. Made for TYM tag. Thanks Hadice! :)
  3. Hadice
    This divine recipe was given to us from our friends Brian and Heidi (Breidi). Easy to make and mouthwatering to boot! A crowd-pleaser that goes great with mashed potatoes or rice. Sirloin tip roast is preferred but you can use whatever kind of roast you like.
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